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Nov 11, 2013 12:35am EST
most devastating consequences. in june, president obama called on agencies across the federal government, including epa, to take action to cut carbon pollution to protect our country from the impact of time and change and to lead the world in this effort. the president's call included a directive for epa "to work expeditiously to complete carbon illusion standards for both new and existing power plants." currently, there are no federal standards in place to reduce carbon pollution from the country's largest source of that pollution. , continuingonded our work that began under the resident's leadership a few years ago when we established historic fuel economy standards for passenger vehicles that will save consumers thousands of dollars at the pump and will cut carbon pollution from our cars 2025.f by in september, we announced our proposal to set standards for carbon pollution emitted by power plants built in the future. these proposed standards are practical, flexible, and achievable and ensure power companies investing in new ed powerplants will use modern technologies that
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